Use your knowledge of angles to predict where the pool ball will end. See if you can clear the ball in as few shots as possible.
Collect the apples by shooting them with the arrow. But only if you can work out the angle of turn
Practice estimating angles to rescue the alien then check with a protractor. Not as easy as it looks!
Use angles to save the world from the evil roboids! Takes ages to load but worth the wait to play through the four levels.
A step by step introduction to angles and how to measure them. Includes right, obtuse, acute, full reflex and straight angles. A bonus round challenges players to measure flowers and arrange a bouquet before printing.
An introduction to the names of angles, how to use a protractor and interactive use of a protractor to practice! You will need a keyboard.
Squirt the dog with water by dragging the correct angle onto the screen. Use the red arrows to see more angles.
Estimate an angle, check by pointing the telescope and locate planets with their weird inhabitants.
The AIRmadillo has taken to flying paper airplanes. Use your geometric angles skills and quick reflexes to help fly airplanes as far possible.
Put in angles and estimate distances to play golf. Good idea to read the instructions. Good luck!
Your ability to estimate angles accurately will help you become master Ninja of the Temple of Angles. It’s a little violent….
More advanced than number 1 because the table is a different shape! Use angles to predict where the pool ball will end up and see if you can pot the ball in as few shots as possible.
Shoot the right type of angle or triangle. Loads of fun but you have to know your shape words.
Use a grid and a formula, and explore how the formula works. Estimate then work out the correct formula by putting together a series of triangles and rectangles. Were you right?
Use a tool to explore and identify the properties of kites. Investigate angles, side lengths and the lengths of diagonals in kites.
What's the difference between lines that cross or don't cross? Find out right here.
Find out how those clever ancient Greeks and Egyptians used shadows to measure things in this maths game. Right-angled triangles are the key.